Impressive futuristic style building. A new landmark at Tokyo Station Yaesu-guchi.
- Edo Soba Hosokawa
The owner is known as the "God of Soba," preparing everything himself. Definitely go if you want to try the real thing!
- Cinq Cinq
Rich and tasty, this cheesecake shop offers some rare flavored cheesecakes too!
- Chuka Soba Aoba
A legendary ramen shop that has inspired many other ramen shops. It earned the Bib Gourmand honor in the Tokyo Michelin Guide.
A place where history and nature come together in perfect harmony, "Chinzanso Tokyo."
- Chacha Koubou
Spend a happy moment in a hideaway Japanese tea cafe.
- Azabu Yasaigashi
Selling sweets made of vegetables, you can choose between takeaway or eating in the store.
- Asakusa Naniwaya
Franchise of a historic taiyaki store, also famous for shaved ice.
- Asakusa Kagetsudo
Queues for the freshly baked Jumbo melon pan-soft and amazing!
- Asakusa Izumi
A sweets parlor in Asakusa where you can enjoy the mild taste of Japanese sweets.
Established in 1854. With the owner being a Sake master, Japan's best Sake can be enjoyed along with Juwari Soba and other dishes.
- Anmitsu Mihashi
Recharge at a historic anmitsu store opened in 1948 after walking around.